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PORT McNEILL—Zealand rink leads Port Hardy sweep of finals in annual Broughton Curling Club men's open
PORT McNEILL—Outgoing Mayor Gerry Furney honoured in investiture ceremony after 46 years in elected office.
The North Island Timing Association hosted its season wrap-up dinner last weekend.
Big send-off and sombre reflection as the 2011-14 RDMW Board of Directors met for the last time Tuesday, Nov. 18.
PORT HARDY-Island Health says it will work to enhance primary care delivery to relieve pressure on physicians
Bantams hold Oceanside with bizarre finish in Port Alice.
A local woman and her dog are home safe after being evacuated from the West Coast last weekend.
Insurance dividend and Community Forest monies accepted by Port McNeill Council.
Seven candidates stated their case for spots on the Village Council last week in an all-candidates meeting.
School District 85 trustee candidates lay out their platforms at all-candidates.
Candidates for Port McNeill mayor and councillor position faced the public at an all-candidates meeting last week.
Smooth sailing for the atoms as they cruise past Comox B 14-3 in the teams’ final placement-round game Saturday.
Ethan Bono scored four goals as the Eagles pulled away for a 10-6 victory over JdF last weekend.
School District 85 Superintendent Scott Benwell shares information on a Criminology 101 dual-credit course.
Board chair Leightan Wishart and North Island College administrator Tony Bellavia ink an historic dual-credit MoU.
Eagles Atoms lose out in 8-7 battle with the Nanaimo Clippers.
Kwakiutl protesting the Crown's failure to consult on construction of the Coast Guard's new office on a traditional village site.
The historic Alco Steam Locomotive 113 was eased into its new heritage park home last week.
Eagles atoms explode in third period to race out 11-6 winners over visiting Comox Chiefs.
A late power-play goal by Cowichan Valley with 48 seconds remaining halts bantams' unbeaten placement-round schedule.